1972 International Harvester Scout
Convertible Car for sale in Temecula, California 92592
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1972 International Harvester Scout $16,000
This ad is for a 1972 IH (International Harvester) Scout II Half Cab. It has a V8 Mopar 318 Engine and runs good. The transmission was originally an A-727 Chrysler Automatic 3 speed and is still in the truck. These transmissions are work horses. The cars registration is current and I drive it a few times a week as an extra car. California Title in hand. There's a new alpine head unit and Type R component speakers with MB Quart amp which sounds great even when driving with the top off and on the highway. This is a half-cab model so the top only covers the front two seats and there's a truck bed in the rear. A rear seat can easily be added and the bulkhead separating the front and rear removed.
In an attempt to keep the inquiries down.....the car starts with ease has little to not slop in the steering, drives straight, shifts well, high and low beam headlights work, blinkers work, wipers work, speedometer works, fuel gauge and sending unit work. There is not air conditioning. The top was rhino lined and then painted. I had the rest of the truck waxed but not the top because I only drive it with the top off. This is why you see some color difference there.
If you want this truck to be mint here is some work that would need to be done. The largest expense would be the body work that would need to be done. The body needs some rust removed and repainted. The bulk of the rust was in the bed of the truck but has since been cut out and replaced with a sheet of diamond plate. In my opinion this should be replaced. The transmission does have a slow leak. I top it off every 6-8 months. By no means do these items need to be fixed but if you're expecting a show truck this is not there yet.
1972 International Harvester Scout Specifications
Classic Car ID100884634
Trim Body Style
Custom Exterior ColorN/A
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